Introducing the collectives: Invisible Borders (5/7)

African artists such as photographers, writers and film-makers are brought together by Invisible Borders // The Trans-African Photography Project to question borders within the African continent. One of the main projects is a roadtrip taken collectively to explore Africa in numerous ways. Central to the project is the notion of journey....
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For Los Alamos (1966-1974), William Eggleston shot over 2.200 photographs, that were originally intended to be published in parts, but were forgotten over the years. The photographs were rediscovered almost 40 years after the project started. They were published and exhibited for the first time in 2003. Enjoy the vibrant colour photographs now at Foam. foam.org/eggleston
For Los Alamos 19661974 William Eggleston shot over 2200 photographs that were
“I wanted to visualize the action of producing images, not by selecting single images but to show the work as a volume: to make the work ‘photography’ according to the unlimited nature of the medium.”

Daisuke Yokota’s archive is projected on the walls in Matter, where a printer produces constant prints of his work. Visit the exhibition and take an original Yokota home!...
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Introducing the collectives: The Eternal Internet Brotherhood/ Sisterhood (4/7)

The Eternal Internet Brother/ Sisterhood is a yearly gathering at different places in the world. In remote areas cultural practicioners like artists, writers and architects meet to explore concepts of post-technological life and reconnection with nature. Four videos of various editions are part of #Collectivism,...
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Thank you all for joining the opening of Collectivism and the start of the Collaborate! year. Stay tuned for more fun and facts on the 7 collectives. Missed the opening? The exhibition is on view until 18 June. foam.org/collectivism

The Collaborate! programme is made possible with the support of Fonds21, the Mondriaan Fund and the Prins Bernhard Cultuurfonds.

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Introducing the collectives: Dysturb (3/7)

#Dysturb is a collective of photojournalists driven by the desire to make to make visual information freely accessible to a broad audience by pasting large images in city streets. Some of their partners are the United Nations, Instagram and the European Parliament. Their work is on view in and outside the museum, learn more and plan your visit here:...
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Introducing the collectives: De Fotokopie (2/7)

Artists Abel Minnée, Bonne Reijn and Guus Kaandorp are De Fotokopie. A collective combining performance, installation and an art gallery to offer affordable photographic prints from both renowned and up-and-coming artists such as Awoiska van der Molen, Dana Lixenberg and Jaya Pelupessy. A retrospective of all five editions of De Fotokopie is on...
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Introducing the collectives: Dead Darlings (1/7)

Dead Darlings is an interactive event in the form of a non-profit anonymous art auction, combining performance and exhibition. Previous artists contributing a Dead Darling - a piece of art that the artist loves but for some reason never left the studio - are Anne de Vries, Anuschka Blommers & Niels Schumm, Constant Dullaart, Daniëlle Van Ark,...
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What is the value of an image nowadays? 7 artist collectives present their view in Collectivism. Join the opening party this Thursday with Dead Darlings, De Fotokopie, Dysturb, The The Eternal Internet Brotherhood/Sisterhood, Invisible Borders // The Trans-African Photography Project, 8Ball Community and Werker Collective.
What is the value of an image nowadays 7 artist collectives present

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What is the difference between a black-and-white photograph and the same one in colour? How does colour affect light or contrast in the image? Walk-in during Easter to discover what colour does to an image.
What is the difference between a blackandwhite photograph and the same one

Walk-in workshop: the colours of Eggleston

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Amsterdam Vertelt | Lancering magazine Banne

Het tweede Amsterdam Vertelt Magazine is gisteren feestelijk gelanceerd in OBA Banne en werd in ontvangst genomen door Coby van Berkum, voorzitter dagelijks bestuur van de bestuurscommissie van Amsterdam-Noord. Het magazine staat vol met de mooiste workshopresultaten van alle Amsterdam Vertelt deelnemers uit Amsterdam Noord. Nieuwsgierig naar het...
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Daisuke Yokota reinvents his own photographs by re-photographing, printing, developing, scanning images from his archive. His circular process breaks down each image to capture the passage of time in a physical way. foam.org/yokota

Untitled from Matter/Burn Out, 2016 © Daisuke Yokota / courtesy G/P gallery
Daisuke Yokota reinvents his own photographs by rephotographing printing develop
Sit back, turn on your sound and listen to Stephanie Solinas, explaining her two series that are currently on show. foam.org/solinas
Delight in Easter brunch, participate in the free workshop and visit the current exhibitions. #easter
Delight in Easter brunch participate in the free workshop and visit the

Things to do during the Easter weekend

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“Mijn vrouw kwam ik tegen op de kermis in de Jordaan. We zijn getrouwd op de Nieuwendammerdijk. Uit Noord zijn we niet meer weggegaan. Nieuwendam vonden we toen een pittoresk dorp met weilanden en koeien bijna tot de voordeur.”

Jan Spoor, 89 jaar, in het Amsterdam Vertelt Magazine over zijn verleden in Nieuwerdam, wat nu Amsterdam Noord is. Donderdag om 16.00 uur wordt het magazine...
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Foam invited Hydra + Fotografia for a collaborative presentation of two young Mexican talents: Nelson Morales and Diego Moreno. It is the first of three collaborations taking place in 2017, involving photography platforms.
Foam invited Hydra Fotografia for a collaborative presentation of two young Mexican

Questioning notions of identity through photography

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Discover what it was like to go on a roadtrip with William Eggleston throughout the Southern states of the US. With his brilliant eye he captured the everyday America. foam.org/losalamos
Discover what it was like to go on a roadtrip with William
Japanese artist Daisuke Yokota recycles physical prints and edits them to create something new. Get inspired by the volume and material of his installations and give life to an old photograph. Sign up here for the workshop on 22 April (Dutch) or 29 April (English): bit.ly/2o70jfN
Japanese artist Daisuke Yokota recycles physical prints and edits them to create

Workshop: Material experiments with photography

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Enter Stephanie Solinas’ treasury where photographic images, note books, videos and sound recordings from her research are gathered.

With these objects, the artist attempted to capture invisible spirits and elves that are said to exist in the rugged Icelandic landscape.
Enter Stephanie Solinas treasury where photographic images note books videos and sound

Stéphanie Solinas - Le Pourquoi Pas?

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From the series Whitewash, 2015-2016 © Harit Srikhao
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